Medicine: Sickening Cream Puffs

Missouri hens laid certain eggs months and months ago. The eggs went to a packer in Omaha, Neb. who assembled crate after crate, culling eggs cracked in shipment. Frugally he separated the yolks and whites of the culls, loaded the yolks into 30-lb. cans, sold them to bakeries throughout the country.

One of the bakeries was Cushman's Sons' branch at White Plains, N. Y., 20 mi. north of the New York City boundary. Last week Cushman's Sons mixed the bulk egg yolks with vanilla, sugar, cornstarch, milk and water to make custard filling...

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